You will ALWAYS harvest what you sow. (Galatians 6:7)
- Thing is, a seed doesn’t know if it’s a good seed or a bad one. All it knows is that it should grow.
- It’s YOUR job to make sure you’re sowing the best so you don’t get crap. <smile!>
Have you ever looked at a large old tree and wondered how long it has been there? It’s amazing to think that at one point that gigantic tree was merely a tiny seed. In the same way, our words and actions are seeds. Think about the types of seeds you have been sowing.
- What are you sowing? Encouragement? Hope? Blessings? Then it’s what you’ll reap in the future.
- If you’ve been sowing criticism, judgment, discouragement and defeat, you’re probably already reaping a bad harvest.
It’s time to start changing your seeds.
Today I encourage you to pull out any negative seed you may have planted and begin sowing good seeds for the future.
You see, my friend. THAT… is the secret.
How we’d love every season of life to be a time of harvest and good breaks! But without all 4 seasons we would be ill prepared and weak.
I compare this process to life. We give birth to an idea, a project or a new venture. To get started on it’s rightful path, we feed ourselves information, we study this new subject and then set it into motion. We get prepared. We “plant” the seeds.
Remember all is not visible with the human eye. There is progress, but we can only see it in hindsight. Just as we get discouraged, a “sprout” pops up.
Oh! That beautiful sprout. We keep feeding it, watering and taking care of it so it becomes strong & fruitful. We’re vigilant. Before we know it, there are strong solid sprouts all over the field… and we are reaping the fruit of our hard earned labor.